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THE BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY'S
The British Interplanetary Society's (BIS) Space Chronicle magazine was initially published as part of the Journal of the BIS (JBIS) family between August 1980 and July 1986.
After a gap of 15 years, a re-launched Space Chronicle was introduced between 2002 and 2019.
In April 2020, a new, re-designed Space Chronicle became the premier space history publication within the BIS, now under the editorship of Dave Shayler.
Every issue can be bought directly from the BIS using the magazine's link on that year's page, whch also shows the contents of each issue.
CLICK ON ANY IMAGE BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE ISSUES FOR THAT YEAR.
With a fresh design and publication quarterly in January, April, July and October each year, each full-colour magazine includes in-depth features on a variety of space-related historical topics, including rockets and spacecraft, early politics and space infrastructures, human and robotic operations, space sciences and engineering, sometimes investigating the obscure developments and failed projects as well as the ones that succeeded.
Issues also include reviews of new and second-hand space history books, a letters section, a look back at key events from over a century of space history and much more.